The City Edge Project is a joint initiative between Dublin City Council and South Dublin County Council and represents the most significant housing and economic regeneration and redevelopment opportunity ever undertaken in Dublin. It has the potential to be one of the largest and most transformational regeneration projects in Europe. The City Edge Project covers an area of approx. 700 hectares and is strategically positioned between the M50, the Naas Road, Ballymount and Park West areas. More information on the current status of the project itself, together with local authority contact details is available on www.cityedge.ie.
The City Edge Project is divided into 5 distinct districts and character areas:
The City Edge Strategic Framework was published in August 2022 and sets out the trajectory of regeneration of a new urban quarter. In particular the Strategic Framework sets out:
(Artist’s impressions commissioned by the City Edge team, credit to South Dublin County Council and Dublin City Council)
Corcom has a full understanding of the implications of the project for landowners within each distinct district and character area from both an operational perspective and the potential for future redevelopment potential. Corcom is already working with a number of property owners within the City Edge Project Area to help them understand the full implications for their landholding and also optimise their future development options. In particular, Corcom are advising on:
Corcom’s detailed knowledge and research of the City Edge Project area and our proven track record in advising clients and partners on projects positions us to advise you on optimising the value of your landholding at all stages of the property development cycle,. If you would like to know more about how Corcom can enhance the value of your landholding, please contact John Hoare (firstname.lastname@example.org or 086 8241359) or Martin Rafferty (email@example.com or 087 1246167).